So far so good..the “coastal weather event” is just that.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for parts of Maryland. It has been issued not because a lot of snow is expected, but because the timing will occur during rush hour.
The fallout continues following the decision from Anne Arundel County school officials to keep schools open despite bad weather.
The Maryland Transit Administration says riders on Baltimore’s metro system can expect crowded train cars on Wednesday.
More than 142 accidents were reported in Anne Arundel County Tuesday morning, including some involving teens headed to school.
It started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.
Outside Baltimore, snow came down a little heavier in western Maryland. The mess that slowed the Baltimore metro region stretched west, well into the late morning, until plows hit side roads.
Snow began falling across the Baltimore metro region this morning and is expected to continue through the early afternoon.
The first snow of the season is on its way.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the Baltimore metro region from 4 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Mother Nature threw another curve today!
A winter weather advisory has been extended to 6 p.m. for Carroll, Howard, Montgomery and Frederick counties.